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Free Events This Week in Miami: Farmer's Market, Global Warming, and Art Deco Weekend

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It's Monday again. The weekend is over, and all of the goodness and joy are gone from the world. So long boats, beaches and bands. Hello traffic, pointless conference calls, and 50 degree offices.

Now that we've thoroughly depressed you, the least we can do is raise your spirits so you don't start your Monday in a funk. Here's a whole host of stuff to do this week, free!

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  • Farmer's market at Adrienne Arsht Center: Let out your inner locavore and stock up on fruits and veggies.
  • Wednesday

  • SouthEast Florida on the Frontlines at Cannonball: Listen to a whole lot of experts talk about what global warming is likely to bring to South Florida.
  • Dimitry Elias Leger at Books & Books: Hear Haitian author Dimitry Elias Léger talk about his debut novel, God Loves Haiti, a post-earthquake tale of love, politics and religion.
  • Thursday

  • Affordable Care Act workshop at MDC Wolfson: Still clueless about your insurance options? Now's the time to get the skinny on medical care.
  • Friday

  • Art Deco Weekend on Ocean Drive: The annual ode to Miami Beach's unique aesthetics kicks off at noon with a street fair, vendors and entertainment.
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